Saturday, February 9, 2019

When one door closes, another opens

From the Milford Daily News, article of interest for Franklin

Incontro Closes Suddenly
"Prospective customers pulled at locked door handles at the Incontro Restaurant on Thursday afternoon, unsure why they were shuttered during lunch hours. 
The once popular Italian restaurant shut down suddenly on Wednesday, but the reason for its closing is unclear. 
Jim Clark, owner of Incontro and partial shareholder of Rock N’ Coal Pizza and Sports Bar in Bellingham and Millis, said that Incontro will not reopen in the original Franklin location, but he hinted that the restaurant isn’t dead yet. 
“This was kind of sudden to me and we don’t have any immediate plans at the moment,” he said. “We’ll see how things play out.”

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Milford Daily News photo
Milford Daily News photo

Special Permit for "Distillery with tasting room in addition to the existing restaurant"
In accordance with the Town of Franklin Zoning By-Laws, the Franklin Planning Board will hold a public hearing on Monday, February 25, 2019 at 7:30 PM in the Town Council Chambers of the Franklin Municipal Building, 355 East Central Street, for a Special Permit & Site Plan Modification application titled "Proposed Site Conditions for Glen Pharmer Distillery" prepared and submitted to the Franklin Department of Planning & Community Development on February 4, 2019 by Brookdale Mill Realty, LLC, 860 West Central st, Franklin, MA 02038. 
The site is located at 860 West Central Street in the Business Zoning District (Assessors Map 271, Lot 019). The purpose of the Special Permit is to allow Distillery with Tasting Room in addition to the existing restaurant, under CH 185, Attachment 3, Use Regulations, Schedule, Part Il, 2.9.

From the Town of Franklin page

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